Photo of the week: A beautiful night’s sky in Mablethorpe

Here is a fantastic photograph of a beautiful night’s sky that was taken recently in Mablethorpe.

Reporter Bethany Searby with Pie.

FEATURE: More than 2,000 reports of ‘road incidents’ in recent years involving horses

The British Horse Society (BHS) says it received more than 2,000 reports of what it termed ‘road incidents’ in the last six years.


Nostalgia: £650 raised for Macmillan in Louth

A sponsored walk was held in Louth in 1998 which ended up raising a good £650 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Bethany Searby out with Pie.

FEATURE: Responsibility is on both the driver and rider, says the AA

The AA has called on drivers to ‘slow down’ when they see a horse on the road.

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Red Hill Good Friday Service in Asterby

Red Hill at Asterby is the venue for their annual Good Friday service and procession of the crosses.

Reporter Beathany Searby with her horse Pie.

FEATURE: ‘I thought I’d never ride out again after near-miss with truck’

Reporter BETHANY SEARBY is a keen horsewoman. She regularly exercises her horses on roads close to her home village in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds. However, a recent near miss with a passing lorry left her shaken and in floods of tears. She - and her horse Pie - were lucky...unlike others.


Louth Hockey Club: U14s wn promotion

Louth Hockey Club’s under 14s squad played their fourth and penultimate tournament of this season after making the trip to Glinton, near Peterborough.

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Are you smarter than an 11 year old? Find out by taking the tes

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

New research has revealed just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz.

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Memories at Meridale in Sutton on Sea marks first year

Memories at Meridale, based in Sutton on Sea is marking its one year anniversary with an afternoon tea event on Wednesday, March 29.


Nostalgia: Cyclists take on a challenge in Louth

Pictured is the start of the annual CTC (Cyclists’ Touring Club) five mile challenge.

Dame Sarah Storey and her team in Louth on Monday (March 20).

Paralympic star and her cycling team visit Louth

Dame Sarah Storey and her racing team braved the weather to take in the Magna Vitae ‘Tour of the Wolds’ route in preparation for April’s elite race.

A series of Easter craft events are taking place in Alford.

Kids Easter craft events in Alford

Alford Craft Market Centre is hosting a series of children’s craft classes that will be taking place over the Easter holidays.

Victoria Atkins MP.

Louth and Horncastle MP welcomes funding for two new minibuses

Victoria Atkins MP has welcomed news that both Linkage Community Trust and Wolds Community Transport gained funding for two community minibuses, thanks to the Department of Transport’s ‘Community Transport Minibus Fund’ of £25 million.

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Tom Clancys Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Console Corner: Ghost Recon: Wildlands review

Vast and full of promise but a bit of a wasted opportunity...

When do the clocks go forward in 2017?

When do the clocks go forward in 2017?

The light nights are coming - and hopefully they’ll bring some warmer weather with them.

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This weekend’s fixtures...

Boston Saturday

Business news

Louth woman’s thriving business to hold ‘pop up shop’

A thriving online clothing business, set up by a Louth woman just five months ago, will be holding a ‘pop up shop’ at Bromley of Louth in Upgate at the weekend.

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Table top sale in Louth in aid of World Challenge

A table top sale will be held at Eastgate Union Church in Louth on Saturday, April 8 in aid of Monks Dyke Tennyson College pupils taking part in the ‘World Challenge’ scheme, which involves expeditions to locations 
in the developing world.

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Large quantity of jewellery stolen from Bilsby home

A large quantity of jewellery has been stolen during a burglary in Bilsby.

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Illegal angler hooks hefty fine in Wragby

A fishing trip to Lincolnshire has landed a man from Manchester with £597-worth of penalties after he was found breaking angling laws.

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